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    #1

    There will ne no delay with/for my flight.

    The screen shows there will be no delay with/for my flight.

    Is either 'with' or 'for' a good proposition in the context there?

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    Re: There will ne no delay with/for my flight.

    I'd say 'to' (or sometimes 'in'), but both yours would be understood.

    b

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